ARLENE SCHMULAND. Photographs; 2003-2004. .25 cu. ft.
Arlene Schmuland was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. She lived in Seattle (Washington), Winnipeg (Manitoba), Ft. Wayne (Indiana), Idaho Falls (Idaho), Bellingham (Washington), Salt Lake City (Utah), and Anchorage (Alaska). She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Idaho State University (1990) and a Masters Degree in Archives and Records Management from Western Washington University (1997). She was employed as an archivist at the Bonneville County District Court in Idaho Falls and at the Utah State Archives in Salt Lake City. She moved to Anchorage in 2002 to work in Archives and Special Collections Department of the University of Alaska Anchorage.
This collection consists of over 260 prints and negatives taken by Arlene Schmuland concerning activities in the UAA Consortium Library between 2003 and 2004. Included are views of the new library addition, remodeling the old library, the grand opening, and the pendulum dedication ceremony, other UAA events, and her travels around the state of Alaska.
This collection was donated to the archives by Arlene Schmuland in 2004. Additions are made periodically.